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Best Trails Near Snoqualmie Pass WA

24
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2 - 74 mi
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21
Hiking
5
Snowshoeing
15
Other activities
Snoqualmie Pass has 24 trails in the vicinity, including 21 hiking trails, 5 for snowshoeing and 15 for other activities. These trails range from 2 to 74.7 miles in length. The longest trail in Snoqualmie Pass is Interstate 90 to Highway 2 a well-known trail measuring 74.7 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Twin Lakes, Kendall Peak Lakes and Keechelus Ridge. Trails.com member Mark T. recently completed Thorp Lake.
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Snowshoers who like to climb will love this route. Although the trail is broad and easy ...
The roar of the highway is unmistakable when starting up this track, but soon the beauty ...
This is a pleasant forest walk, offering a fairly easy outing for the family. The route ...
Cross-country skiers and snowshoers have long enjoyed Mount Catherine, but hikers have ...
Doggy paradise, this trail is. Meadows, rivers, and lakes. Smooth trails, gentle climbs, ...
A moderate hike leads through open pine forests, across sprawling fields of flowers, and ...
This is a popular bit of the Pacific Crest Trail 2000, climbing from forest to heather ...
Logging paid for most of the trails in the Cascades, so sometimes hikers must expect to ...
Gold Creek Pond, cradled in the lower Gold Creek valley, is a wonderful destination ...
From high traverses along craggy crests, to meadowland tours past swimable lakes, to forest ...
Who would believe that solitude and peace and quiet can be found just beyond Snow Lake? ...
Tucked behind the high serrated wall formed by Mount Roosevelt and Kaleetan Peak is one ...
Follow the rugged and remote Middle Fork Snoqualmie River through a deep canyon to its ...
In an area of abundant alpine lakes, Snoqualmie Lake might not be the biggest, remotest, ...
This is one of the more spectacular hikes in the Snoqualmie Pass area. Proximity to Seattle ...
Reaching Margaret Lake occupies much of the same trail as getting to Lake Lillian, with ...
The northern portion of Kachess Ridge is very lightly traveled, and what lovelier way ...
Starting in steep hillside meadows awash in colorful wild?owers, this route offers incredible ...
Who wants to hike in old clear-cuts? When they’re packed with huckleberries, I do! If ...
The Paci?c Crest Trail (PCT) south of Snoqualmie Pass lacks the glamorous reputation of ...
You’ll climb in a long, steady push over the course of this 5-mile trail. No switchbacks, ...
You’ll run the gamut of scenery here, from clear-cuts, to ancient forests, to huckleberry ...
Be prepared for animal encounters—the forest and dense underbrush along the lower sections ...
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